The words “Alles für Deutschland” (All for Germany) well engraved on the blade; the logo CARL EICKHORN of Solignen (used from 1933). The dagger has a very nicely formed walnut grip which has a nice snug fit to both the top and bottom fittings. On February 3rd 1934 SA-Stabschef Ernst Röhm introduced a special version of the standard SA M33 dagger with the acid etched dedication, “In herzlicher Freundschaft Ernst Röhm”, (In heartfelt Comradeship Ernst Röhm), in a facsimile of Röhm’s handwriting to the reverse of the blade. On the night of the Long Knives, Röhm was assassinated and regulations of July 4th 1934 dictated that all vestiges of him were to be eradicated including the dedications on the SA daggers. This dagger is an example of Rohm being removed from the blade.
The dagger and scabbard are in good condition. The blade has a light patina and some historical pitting. The engraving is still nice and clear. The Walnut grip is well preserved. And the scabbard is in fantastic condition. Please refer to the images as a part of our condition report.